Special Publication SJ2004-SP15
Bibliography and Database
Investigation of Demineralization
Concentrate Management Project
GEOLOGICAL ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY AND DATABASE
IN SUPPORT OF
EVALUATION OF DEMINERALIZATION CONCENTRATE MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES -
TASK C.1 AND THE DEMINERALIZATION CONCENTRATE MANAGEMENT PLAN TASK C.2
INVESTIGATION OF DEMINERALIZATION CONCENTRATE MANAGEMENT PROJECT
REISS ENVIRONMENTAL AND
SUBCONSULTANT PARSONS BRINCKERHOFF QUADE AND DOUGLAS
ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
This annotated bibliography is part of the overall scope of the
Investigation of Demineralization Concentrate Management Project and is
specifically presented in fulfillment of the requirements of Task B.l.b of
the project as required by the St. Johns River Water Management District
(SJRWMD) and detailed in Contract No. SE418AA. The task requires
preparation of an annotated bibliography and subject matrix representing
the body of knowledge concerning the feasibility of subsurface injection as
a means of demineralization concentrate management within the study
The bibliography covers four areas of hydrogeologic interest:
Potential for Deep Well Injection
Potential Concentrate Discharge Regimes
Potential Source Regimes
Potentially Acceptable Discharge Options
The bibliography is the result of a literature survey and review of
publications specifically related to investigations of the surface and
groundwater waters of the St. Johns River Water Management District
(SJRWMD) and of the hydrologic, geologic, and quality parameters
associated with those waters. The information in those reports and
publications has been entered into an electronic database that allows a
search of the documents through various listings and tables. This database
lists documents that will be used to prepare the final Demineralization
Concentrate Management Plan and also lists documents that may not
specifically be used in preparing the plan but which contain information
of related interest. A data field showing "Reference used in TM" with a
yes/no entry in the field, will be used to identify if the reference was used
in the final plan.
For presentation purpose, the database is alphabetized by author, as is the
standard for reference formats. Multiple author listings are further
arranged by publication date.
Reiss Environmental developed the bibliography using Microsoft Access
software. Each bibliographic entry contains the name of the author, the
title of the publication, the date and an abstract of the document. The
abstracts used are those provided by the author in the publication. When a
publication contained no abstract, a short abstract was prepared from the
summary and conclusions or from the text of the publication.
Data fields are available to search the bibliography by author, by title, by
the date of publication. The bibliography can also be searched through a
sortable matrix that is based on subject area. The main subject area of each
bibliographic listing is ranked by a number system from one to four.
When a number, representing a topic code, enters the first ranking, it
represents the most significant subject area of that publication. Therefore,
if it enters in the second ranking it represents the second most significant
subject area and so on. Up to four subject areas and four rankings are
applied to each publication. Many of the entries are associated with more
than one code and therefore can be cross-referenced to more than one
The bibliography includes a total of 138 individual entries.
The data has been entered using Microsoft Access 2000 as the electronic
search engine. The database is programmed to use all the procedures
associated with the software. The database structure has two table::
tblCode and tblSTJOHN. The tblCode listed in Table 1 contains the topic
codes, identifying subject matrix and number of bibliographic entries per
Table 1. Topic codes and bibliographic entries
Topic Number Topic/Subject Area Bibliographic
1 Hydrology 133
2 Geology 114
3 Deep Well Injection 54
4 Water Quality 114
Description of Reports
There is a total of six reports, two based on table data and four based on
queries. Table 2 contains the report names and association with tables and
A description of the database content follows:
* tblSTJOHN: This table contains information such as author, date of the
publication, title, codes, reference to the technical memoranda (TM),
publication, and abstract.
* Author query contains all the names of the authors within the
* Topic 1 refers to all the publications related to Hydrology.
* Topic 2 refers to all the publications related to Geology.
* Topic 3 refers to all the publications related to Deep Well Injection.
* Topic 4 refers to all the publications related to Water Quality.
* Publication Query contains all the publications in alphabetical order.
* Publication Form: This form will facilitate the data entry process. All
updates should be entered using this form to avoid altering the format
of the database.
* Topic 1 Report is a printable form of all the contents of the database
that relate to Hydrology.
* Topic 2 Report is a printable form of all the contents of the database
that relate to Geology.
* Topic 3 Report is a printable form of all the contents of the database
that relate to Deep Well Water.
* Topic 4 Report is a printable form of all the contents of the database
that relate to Water Quality.
* Publication w/Abstract Report is a printable form of all the
information contained in the database, sorted by author and date.
* Publication /No Abstract Report is a printable form of all the
information in the database without the abstract.
Table 2. Report names and association with table and queries
Report Table Query
Publication w/ tb N
Publication /No tblSTJOHN None
Topic 1 Report None Topic 1 Query
Topic 2 Report None Topic 2 Query
Topic 3 Report None Topic 3 Query
Topic 4 Report None Topic 4 Query